Summer Camps

Enrollment is now open for another great summer of weekly field trips, crafts, on-site activities, daily devotions, and fun with friends. This year's theme is St. Paul's: Where Every Day's a Holiday! The guiding verse will be “For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven.” Ecclesiastics 3:1

105,000 Page Principal's Reading Challenge
March 1 - 31, 2019
Mrs. Profilet is challenging the students to get away from “screens” (TV, computers, video games, and cell phones) this month!  Research shows that the average school age child spends more than 4-7 hours per day in front of "screens".  Turn off video and screen "noise" and "visual noise" and open a book - teachers and parents too!!! 

St. Paul’s Summer Sports Camps
It has been a strong tradition to offer quality sports camps at St. Paul's for our school, church, and community.  This begins our 30th year in which we emphasize Christian sportsmanship, skill building on the individual player's level, knowledge of the game, contests promoting self-improvement, unselfish play, and teamwork.

Lutheran Schools Day at the Ballpark!
Sunday, April 7, 2019, 1:15 PM Game Time
Spring training has begun and baseball fever is in the air! Join other Lutheran school families for Home Opening Weekend on Sunday, April 7 at 1:15 p.m. as the Cardinals take on the San Diego Padres. We are partnering with the Lutheran High School Association for a special event -- Lutheran Schools Day at the Ballpark!  Discounted tickets in the "Lutheran Schools Section" are just $25 each (face value $58).

Volunteering at St. Paul's School

As a school family, we ask you to search out your passion, expertise, and talents to join others in our ministry here at St. Paul's school. No experience is needed for any role and we offer plenty of support. We are blessed by every parent who volunteers! YOU make a difference, and serve as a wonderful role model of involvement to our student body.

That’s right, we said free!  We will be offering free coffee between 7:30 and 8:00 a.m. each Wednesday morning.  Stay and socialize with other Early Childhood and/or school parents or fill-up as you go on your way.  Enjoy, a cup of coffee on us!

2018-2019 School Theme

“God at Work”….What an appropriate School and ECC theme for the next 18 months or so.  We begin this school year with the excitement of the ground-breaking at the North Campus, watching the destruction and demolition of the 1984 wing of the school, and then being able to watch step by step as a new K-8 school building is erected.  We are so excited that this is going to occur on our campus, beginning this fall. 

New St. Paul's App!

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Stay in touch with St. Paul's Lutheran Des Peres by downloading our new mobile app!  Download on your mobile device today and select yes to receive push notifications with the latest news and updates from the school and church.

Changes for 2018-2019

With the new building and physical changes to the North Campus beginning this fall, we have made changes to classroom locations for this upcoming school year.  We assume these changes will remain in place until we are ready to move into the new K-8 building (approximately mid-year of the 2019-2020 academic year).

Celebrating your child's baptismal birthday

Celebrating your child's baptismal birthday

Guest Blog by Ann P., Parent
I remember when I was registering our Ellie for Kindergarten (now in 5th grade), having a mix of emotions as I was going through all of the questions and lines of information. I could not believe that I was actually registering my baby for school!

The "Band Thing"

St. Paul's Music Education from a Parent's Perspective

Guest Blog by Heather L., Parent

Band starts in 5th grade at St. Paul’s. Your 5th grader gets to choose between band and choir. Some years they can do both but they have to pick at least one.

Simple ways to help your child develop his/her reading skills

Simple ways to help your child develop his/her reading skills

At St. Paul's Lutheran, we utilize the balanced literacy approach. Parents often ask how they can support the work their children are doing in class when they are home. 

Here are some ways that you can help your child further develop his/her reading skills: